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- Modern cookery
Modern Cookery in all its branches: reduced to a system of easy practice, for the use of private families. In a series of practical receipts, which have been strickly tested, and are given with the most minute exactness.
A duodecimo of 683 half-title, Illus
Illustated with numerous woodcuts.
Other edition are 1845 (2), 1846 (5), 1855.
see in Oxford, A. W. 1845; see in BLIC (1846, 1847, 6th ed., 1849, 1854 & 1861 eds.), see in Axford, L, see in Preston
Modern Cookery, in all its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice, for the Use of Private Families. In a Series of Receipts, which have been Strickly Tested, and are Given with the Most Minute Exactness.
Illustrated with numerous woodcuts. To which are added directions for carving, garnishing, and setting out the table; with a table of weights and measures; the whole revised and prepared for American Housekeepers, by Mrs. S. J. Hale. From the 2nd London ed.
There were other editions by the above publisher as well as editions by different publishers during the years 1845 to 1865.
also in Axford by Eliza Acton, Modern Cookery, for Private Families, Reduced to A System of Easy Practice, in a Series...; Modern Confectionary; Containing Receipts for Drying and Candying…
- English bread book for domestic use
English Bread-Book for Domestic Use, Adapted to Families of every grade: Containing the Plainest and Most Minute Instructions to the Learner; Practical Receipts for many Varities of Bread; with Notices of the Present System of Adulteration, and its Consequences; and of the Improved Baking Processes and Institutions Established Abroad.
see in Axford, L ; see in BLIC (1857 - 7955.a.34), (1990 - YK.1990.a.8029)
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